Wow, what a fabulous job. Coin Curator at the Barber Institute, University of Birmingham

“The Barber Institute is home to one of the finest collections in the world of Roman, Byzantine, medieval Islamic and medieval and modern Hungarian coins. The Byzantine section is arguably second only to that at Dumbarton Oaks. The whole collection consists of nearly 16,000 pieces, housed in modern storage facilities in a Colin Study Room at the Barber Institute. The post-holder will be the collection specialist and advocate for the Barber’s numismatic holdings, and lead on their management, research, development (including acquisitions), accessibility and promotion. A priority for the future will be the completion of the online catalogue.”